Black Holes Under the Stars -  video Part 10, by Rolf A. F. Witzsche

Dreams of supernova Star Explosions

 Solved by Nuclear Energy Physics

 

What about  star explosions? Are they real?

Of course, supernova events are real, rare as they are. But they cannot be the result of stars exploding.

While the gas-sun theory imagines stars running out of fuel, which causes them to collapse and and in some cases explode in a supernova cosmic fireworks, and the largest ever-recorded supernova shone with a luminosity of 500 billion stars, these super-giant events are evidently not star explosions. Stars are spheres of plasma. Consequently they cannot explode. Does this add to the puzzle? The solution is surprisingly simple.

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